The Importance of Bedtime Reading for Children – this website has lots of suggested books and tips to make bedtime reading engaging.
We still support the NHS and all key workers!
We all had great fun performing our tiger poem with our masks. ROAR! We have also been using our school grounds for outdoor learning. We even made homes and shelters for creatures!
We commemorated November 11th with a two minute silence with our year one bubble. We also shared with Year Three over zoom!
What a busy half term we have had! Lots of learning inside and outside. We have had a great time creating our Year One scarecrow! We also learned all about each other in diversity week celebrating our similarities and differences.
Stay connected to Engayne
We would love you to join this community and stay connected with Engayne. Were you a former Engayne pupil? Do you know someone who was an Engayne pupil?
We need people from a range of careers and pathways to open our pupils’ eyes to what’s possible in the future and help to enhance school life. You could support us in many ways – as role models, assembly speakers, fundraisers, classroom volunteers, governors and more. There is no obligation to do anything after you’ve signed up but you’ll receive a few updates to let you know what we’re up to.
If you would like to stay involved in supporting our school, sign up as a ‘friend’ here (or, if you happen to be a former pupil yourself select that option): https://networks.futurefirst.org.uk/signup/engayneprimary